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Pi The Wither f Ky Aug Genor- Special ally fair to night and fyouisvill LIVE news Page On Every We Set The Pace L 1 NO 91 r HOPKINSVILLE KY THUBSDAY AFTERNOON ATJGHTST 11 1898 PEIOE 2 CENTS KLONDIKE VICTIMS SENATOR VEST t SIGN THE PROTOCOL Says Spain and End the Fighting Without Delay 5 Three Bowling Green Men Lost Reported to be Dying at Asbury in an Arctic Storm Park New York Bare Possibility Tiiat tlie port May Not be Con- firmed Re- ¬ Senator For Nineteen From the State of Missouri Years Cambon Will Obey Before The i Is Gone Peace Commission Next THE PRESIDENT WILL CALL OFF THE Washington Aug 11 Special Spain has been heard from in reply to the protocol Qftn troaftvrlQTriTi filie nf an nltiTnntnm Ambassador Cambon has received authority to sign the document and this must be done nn-rnrA dispatches from Seattle Follow- ¬ ing is a list of those reported dead Capt J F Murphey Bowling Green Charles II Mitchell Bowlimr Green v Geo Smallhouse Bowling Green R T Erierson Gallatin Tenn W T Paylon Gallatin Tenn Dr Allen Kentucky Eli Knudson Genesee Idaho Engineer Kinsler Milwaukee Wis Louisville Ky August 11 Special Unconfirmed news has been received hereof the death on Kuskokwin River in the Klondike of three Bowling Green men and fifteen other persons The news comes by way of Associated Press New York Aug 11 Special Senator George G Vest of Mis- ¬ souri is supposed to be dying at sity in partment of Transylvania Univer1853 The same year he re- Asbury Park Senator Vest was born at Frank- ¬ fort Ky Dec 6 1830 He gradu ¬ ated at Center College Danville Ky in 1848 and at the Law De ¬ ¬ ¬ moved to Missouri and engaged in the practice of law He was a 4r V1 OF WAR result in making each a Rear Admihal but with Commodore Schley ranking immeqMately below AdmiraLSaripson Capt ClarkXof the Oregon willabe recommended for an advance of c umu 0 s will go up eight numbers Other promotions throughout the licet will be rccommcmIcd wahKt before mid night ratify a treaty An anmistice may be declared at any time after the commission is appointed or pending theratifioation of the treaty 40 Should the treaty be ratified peace will be proclaimed It will be some time before the formal dec claration of peace can be reached but to days business will stop hostilities as soon as the armies can be communicated with Fire in the Bunkers The appointment of a- pejKce commission Colombia Will Liquidate win ue xne nexL swp Doesnt Want Trouble With Italy Then it must be ratified by the Spanish cortes and the United States Senate It re- ¬ Colon Columbia Aug Advices from Bogota the Special quires a two thirds majority of the Senate to capital of the republicvunder date of Sunday are to the effect that the - - 11 senate has passed a bill authorizing the executive to pay all the de ¬ mands of Italy arisingfrdm the Cerruti claims The senate also passed a bill opening a credit to cover the amount of the claims which is in the neighborhood of 300000 The Italian government has been notified of the action of the senate COLORED INSTITUTE E S Lines Seattle A C Stetson Seattle C E Arnold Redmond Wash Henry C Ilerndon Seattle II Clifford Rev Webber Moravian mission- ¬ ary Mrs R Webber Japanese cook and two Indian pilots The news of the disaster was brought to the headquarters of the Alaska Commercial Company by Indians who had found the loaded barge belonging to the party par- ¬ tially wrecked The Indians claim that the steamer founder and that all of the party perished in the storm that swept down on them be fore they were well into the river Mr Mitchell was quite wealthly and Mr Smallhouse was a son of Capt C G Smallhouse President of the Warren Deposit Bank Capt Murphy of the ill fated party was formerly connected with the Louisville Nashville Rail- ¬ road Company RAILROAD DEAL presidential elector in 1860 and a representative in the Legislature in 1SG1 Was a representative in the Confederate House 2 years and Senate one year He was elected United States Senator in 1879 and has been three limes re elected He is one of the ablest leaders of the Democratic party GREENVILLE SHOOTING Willie Bell Shot rnd Badly Hurt By Sam Holton Greenville Ky Aug 11 Spe- ¬ cial Willie Bell claiming to be from Owensboro was shot and mor- ¬ tally wounded here by Sam Iloltom a clock tinker who claims his home is in Tennesses The men got into a difficulty and while fighting Iloltom is said to have drawn a pistol and shot Bell the ball entering the left side and passing entirely through the body Bolton is in jail Bell is in a precarious condition and his death momentarily expect-¬ ed KEHOE LEADS But the Field Has Ten Votes More Than Kehoe Burned for Several Days A dispatch to the World from Special via Hong Kong says Manila Bay August TJic third Philippine expedition ii here twenty two days out from Neyerdid an expedition encounter more dangers or endure Honolulu more perils On the voyage six men and one officer died and fifty more were taken sick Typhoid and meningitis played havoc on the trans ¬ ports Two firemen wcntinsnne and leaped overboard But lire was the wqrst peril of all The bunkers were still burning when the Morgan City arrived here Then for the first time the troops learned of their danger The finings were extinguished after the ship had been in porla few hours --i 4 New York August 11 h Put Up or Shut Up Called Down By the Protocol Washington Aug 11 Special The protocol now in Spain s hands Hsks for the evacuation of Cuba and Porto Ilco and is in other respects conforms to the preliminary peace conditions imposed by this govern- inevfu Tint there in a noculiaritv nbiut the instrumttif If nnrtnlrosi nf w S5Wements nf an ultimatum and liv the muans n if Rnnln a notified that not Kf5itinric subject foreign to the propositions made bv the Presi dent will be JiMavvod to enter the deliberations of thaneniwrnmmiHKinnpru TsbV cvcrrtldnti ilLMiiinds iinon Snains answer JMiLre r not mw fiance in a hundftUhat bhc will decline to bow to the inevitable x jisfiGB toSSiley w K1 SWashington Aug- cfe m a - ll Si4cTjl r ri fflpsonnowu rayonnsin i j President has nuiuber IvancwjWht numbers rjul Cwnmwloic cblA consideration was Devotion Prof C C Monroe S150 Rome August 11 Special Music by Institute Iclonnjnwl Pope Leos illness has been exag ¬ Roll Call Reading and adopting The wheelmen ru holding their of Wednesdays niinutcl j national cycle meet in Indianapolis gerated He is not regarded as O Jliu Will PumshmeM Minf fettle Alcxnn i this week seriously ill lleaAj xA Cynthiana Ky Aug 11 Spec- ¬ ial The Democratic congress- ¬ Do Not Worry Miss Lottie Dade The Vanderbilts Get the Alonon A V ional convention of the Ninth dis- ¬ Route Porceedings From Wednesday at Public Opinion Miss Millie Davis trict of Kentucky to nominate a Do Not Make Threats Thomas Noon to Thursday at Noon candidate for Congress met at this Payne New York Aug 11 Special Be Firm Gentle and Calm J E The Big Four railroad has ac- ¬ place yesterday and after many hours of wrangling the body ad ¬ The colored Institute is carrying Dowser quired control of the Motion Route journed until 10 oclock this out its program in an entertaining Preventative Better Than Pun ¬ manner Negotiations are on for the Cincin- ¬ morning without completing its Thcollowiijgsubjccts ishment G W Robinson Mt have been discussed Dayton The work It has been a stormy con ¬ Teacher Pupil and Parents nati Hamilton Qrammarffi Right A L Burk Big Four is owned by the Vander ¬ vention from the start and while Hon J N Kehoe is in the lead at General Discussibn Mrs Lap bilts The Course R Nfi5andcr adjournment to night it is impossi ¬ Grammar as an Intellectual Dis- - rade C J Johnson J P Jetton ble to tell who will win The last GOT EM BOTH and E Poston cipline J P Jetton ballot resulted as follows Kehoe Mental Arithmetic Its relation to the understanding 42 Sharp 18 Williams 10 Cole 23 of Literature J EIIow Ber What is it Ij O Lunderman Two Hen With Knives Tackled Powers 8 Use of the Text BoolORosa Mor- the Wrong Man Its relation to life Miss Carrie RatclilT ffan SHOOTING AT GRACEY v t Shawnee Tenn Diagraming Mrs JennjcL Poole August 11 Relation to mind training P Parsing its uses and3raubuscs Moore M M Hamilton a lead- ¬ Special Henry Gnither Crippled While Re- ¬ Mrs II Belle Laprade When should ft be taught J P ing merchant shot and killed Thos sisting Arrest The use of more language and Jetton Should it be taught as a separ Baker and John Howard who at ¬ not so much technical grammar tacked him with knives ate study J W RobinsonJ Gracey Ky Aug 11 mm Spec- ¬ Jennie Bradshawv Its neglect W L George ial Henry Gaither col was shot The Teachers use of good lan ¬ N Sues the L Practical Arithmetic and wounded in the knee last night guage Mrs Rosa Howardm Spe- ¬ at 11 oclock by John McKinney Henderson Ky Aug 11 C C Monroe Closed by Prof Object teach ing f A Whitlock Gip T Berry a prominent a deputy appointed by Marshal Recess The Pupils Conception of Unity cial merchant of this city brought suit Witty Discipline P Boycli 17 N for 10000 lie and Nathan McRcynolds had is goodorderj how jfecurcd Wliat Teachqr Help the Pupil When G against the L damages for physical injuries sus been fighting and Gaither retreated n Mills V Mrs Cora Smith y Objcqts of punishment Mns Jen ¬ Definitions and Rules E Brams tained last March by being thrown to Meachams stable and resisted nie Steele TSj Original Problems Mrs Mollie from a train which ran over and arrest with apitchfork in his hand mangled his leg which was after defying the officer After shooting The remainder of theprogram Poston Gaither he was taken but declared Tluiraifay and was deferred until Do Not Teachers Adhere too Wards amputated that he Avould kill McKinney as C C Monroe held ajtfery in ¬ closely to the text Mattie Leavcll Prof soon as he fcot well His wound is Mrs Lanier Strickcd teresting exercise upon tlurpronun The Ethical Value of Arithmetic not dangerous ciation of words 11 J 15 llQoser Crbfton Aug Special The roll wns called and tenchurs Remarks Miss Katie McDanicl Mrs Thos II Lanier was stricken answered by telling howa- - many Closed by Prof C C Monroe at With paralysis yesterday and was FUNER SERVICES TO DAY books are in their librariesniwhich noon removed to her home in a danger ¬ developed the fact that manyfof the ous condition Lodged for Record Remains of Albert C McQehea teachers have on hand aigojifd nlock A deed wasVodgcd for record to- Burled at Clnrksvllle ofjbooks IOPE SICK AGAIN t f ¬ T- Fraaier day tinsferrlng a lot in the Cole1 Remarks by Prof P man adUition from Lewis IICple pf lCxstein Norton University Tlie funeral services of the laic man foi himself and same as truss ButfHJs Illness Not Considered Thursday Albert C McGehee were held to day tee to HV M Dalton and L II Dangerous Music by der j ¬ ik - m M ¬ v W i i v 0 - - Institute Davis The Clnrksville and the bod in- ¬ terred there In addition to the three brothers mentioned yesterday r the deceased leaven a fourth broth ¬ er Malcolm W McGehee who live at Gordonsville Va in i - tm uyfci jtfc4 lA fcDnVmili JL r- yt w 4e jij C iVi v w hJkv m 4 Iyir 0 WJP I m EWr IUrtPM tbe CXA8 mf J mifi ii urn ail Ifcentuckian SIS H KY at CROP REPORT lit wliile in Scott coUnty the - condition is 120 Timothy Meadows Condition of Crops August 1898 10 1ubUboJ every eTeninjr except Sunday X KXAOXAX by Dollvcreclby carriers to alt p aft o the city A 10 CKKTS MX WXBX Main 8UM03UFTI0X KATE3 PKR1HoNTn Per8 m Advance Montiib m Advance 85 100 Per Week Per Year timothy is 90 per TM yield centubt the yield for average years TheTyield in the western section is 5 per cent of an average while in the central section the yield is an per cent of average years Pastures and Live 5tock Pastures are good with the ex ¬ ception of a portion of the central section where it has been too dry however the condition averages 99 In thewestern section the condition compared with average years is 101 Live stock arc thrifty as a rule The only disease noted out ¬ side of a normal number of reports of hog cholera is pinkeye among cattle in Carlisle county 92 - of- - III The Ketltuckian 1 Year FBBB FOR ONLiY- 1- in Advance 4 00 idem Hiili arm DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OF UNION COUNTY The wheelmen are holding- their national cycle meet in Indianapolis this week1 - V Oscar Turner has announced himself a Democratic candidate for men at heart Congress in the Fifth district You cant always tell what a man Gov F A Hritfgs of North Da is by what he says he is There are actions that speak louder than kola died Tuesday of consumption Lieut J words Theres a class of voters He will be succeeded by in this district always small and M Devine fortunately growing smaller who A Rowling Green horse was elec- ¬ have always pretended to be Demo- ¬ trocuted one day this week by steppi- crats but there is never anything ng-on a live wire that had fallen done by party authority or any across the pike declaration in the party platform that pleases them Rut for their Clarksville is to have another of declaration you could never tell her Carnivals this fall and hopes them from Republicans Like the to have enough people on hand to men rejected from Meacham s tramp down the grass in the streets aggregation of billiard balls they are not Democrats atheart Padu Montauk where the soldiers are cah News going1 is a Long- Island seaside point It probably gets its name Lieut A Richmondspecial says from the fact that money talks Louis S Serley who is convalesat such places cing from a wound received at Santiago was married to day to Miss The latest is that Fred Van Anna Merron a society belle of Renscllaer the Owensboro post- ¬ Galveston Tex and daughter of a master is jointly accused with wealthy shipperthere The couple Franks in the matter of violating were engaged and Miss Merron the civil service laws by getting1 up came to Virginia to nurse her f- ¬ a political machine iance - THE HEART NOT RIGHT Charlie Meacham of theHoPKiNS villi Kentuckihn writes a column¬ now and then recounting the proceedings of the Hopkinsville Bald headed Club of which all persons in that beautiful Pcnnyrile city possessing an abnormal dome of Recently thought arc members two persons made application for membership and were rejected he cause they were not baldheaded Reports from 15a Correspondents Vi Irt 103 Counties of the v Mi 4 With Machine ft i JhMKSS m rjJC rovthiViis all the UUat lai ft JfskiT ¬ State Corn whOlc prcs- - Tho best Muohtae for tbfl least moueyvr manufact ured LUzht running Bimplo durable enfs a very satisfactory condition Portions of the State embracmgHhe entire counties of Carroll Gallatin Trimble Kenton Campbell Grant and Bracken in the central section with portions of the counties of Muhlenberg Meade and Breckin ¬ ridge in the western and Pulaski and Laurel in the eastern section suffered serious injury fromdrouth which was not relieved until July 20 28 Much of the injury will be permanent and the crop of these counties will be short percentage running as low as 40 in Bracken 50 in Kenton and 53 in Campbell county In ¬ The corn crop as a h A iioilif v It u Lr r Lucas Mpoun Commissioner of Agriculture 5 Every Mnchino warrantod 10 years A tfO Machino for for aud freight prepaid r Sudden Death at Mayficld Dr J T Chiles aged 70 died verv suddenly late Tuesday after He noon at his home in May field at the supper table with was seated SrKOllIOATIOMb his family when without warning he fell face forward to the floor Tho HundTs five mid ono half Inches IiIkH iiil olKit nnd ouo hnU luchua long Inside and expired in a few minutes mcmmremmit ThUlfiia hlKh ua nny family 2l l Cash must accompany al orders whcolto kcepdresilfrom gottlngton whcol Attachihcnts Aro tho famous Johnsons sot In a tin box and consists of tuoker rufllor fourhemmcrs btndor qoilter foot liemmM and follorundorbraldor and sheerer oil can and oil two screwdrivers six bobbins partar of Jicedlos thumb Bcrow guage and book of directions Tho Furniture Is well mode highly pol ¬ ished and elegant In appearance All these mnohihOa will be sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Kach machine has o lock to thedrawors and cover nice nickel plate drop rings to all drawers All machines arc well paokod and orated JtEAD OUR GUARANTEE Th Now Mathews Machino is warranted 10 years from date of purchaso and thirty days trial of It If pcrfcot and ontlre BBtlsfaotion Is not given tho machine may bo rcshlpped to tons atour exponso and tho nionoy paid us will bo tefunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what- ¬ ever In purchasing the Now Mathows Machine You have thirty days trial of it in your own homo and if for nny reason you should wish to return tho machino It msy cc shipped to us at our expense and the money will bo re-¬ funded All communications regarding tho New Mathews Machino should be addressed to ¬ ¬ of twenty days the payment of the Cerruti claim expires August 13 at which time the Italian warships threaten to bombard Colon unless the claim has been paid to Colombia over Italys ultimatum Monroe L Harris a St Louis drummer who was a somnambu- ¬ list walked out of the open window of his room in a hotel while asleep and was dashed to death A The little townofClarendon Ark has been shaken from center to cir- ¬ cumference by a tragedy in which John T seven lives were lost Orr was murdered at the instiga- ¬ tion of his wife Saturday night Mb murder was quickly followed by the lynching1 of live negroes and the suicide of his wife NEGRO PRIVATES SCORE Attended To His Share of Spaniards Before Being Wouded Wiuideriug about the post in n suit of pink pnjnmns is a Titanic uegro six feot tall and of like proportions siiys a Fort Monroe eorespondoit of the Chi eago Record His name is Amonuus Joluibou and ho is a private in the in I HZ ran i l p it 11 f Kk- Vi New Albany Intl has a curfew law and it was tried for the ilrst Tenth rogular cavalry This Buffalo time Tuesday night When the bell as the colored soldiers of the army rang at 9 oclock the streets were arc familiarly called sought the soon tilled with kids of all ages bubblo roputation at the cannons some of them rushing1 about in their mouth at El Canoy and siuglo night clothe trying to locate the handed succeeded reports say fire in overcoming a squad of the euomy and capturing a six pound rapid iiru The First Kegiment is the only gun shot three Spaniards knocked one from Kentucky that gets to go four suuhoIoss witli the but of his to war It was the last regiment to carbiuo and the rest ran away in tor get off to Porto Rico before the ror sailing1 order was revoked The Johnson was twice wounded one end of hostilities finds the Second at ball passing through his left shoulder Chickamauga the Third at New- ¬ and another through his left leg but port News and the Fourth at Lett- ¬ neither remained in his body and no ing Ky bones wore broken Ho speaks of his as wounds contemptuously pin TheGentrysofthe State have been holtB They are healiug rapidly aud having1 a weeks reunion in the he will soon bo ablo to roturn to his Bluegrass and family branches homo in Texas aud receive the honorn from all over the country are there duo tho bravo flo Iuih already re Our friend Col Craddock was there ceived a groat deal and I grievoto re probably recounting1 how he waited late that glory and admiration aro on some of the Gentry girls before confusing Johnsons memory he went to the Mexican war It is Ho is becoming somewhat inaccu rather difficult to lose the Colonel in ate and inconsistent in his statements any crowd where a feast is on the Ho sits all day long under tho shado program of a troe clad in pink pajamas like tho Sultan of Sonogambia aud relates the Queen Wilhulmina of Holland story of his achievement over aud over will be eighteen years old August again to throngs of colored people 31 and will be crowned Queen of aud straggling whites who stand Holland on September 6 Queen with both thoir oars and mouths wido Wilhelmina now holds apposition in open paralyzod with a wo the eyes of the world much like that which Queen Victoria held sixty The August issuo of Table Talk one years ago when she began her urnishosoxcollont aud timely reading unequaled reign She is now a and holps for tho housewife Tt opous fair haired pretty young woman with an interesting article on Way with a welldevplopcduppleligure side Wanderings aud Wodgo Wood She is essentially womanly and Study by Martha Uockeo Flint tht gentle in her manners From now will interest most women Lot Fall the subject of matrimony will be in ¬ tho Curtains by Virginia Lyndull separably associated with the Dunbar who is widely kuowu to tho Queen She is golngHo marry for reading public The artiolo is of She is good praticnl love Who will it be holp to tho houeowifo looking nmiableaccomplished rich Among othors nro Tho Olymyiau beyond computation He will be a Banquet Poach Dainties Homo fortunate man Queen Wilhelmina Laundry oto etc besides its other is like Queen Victoria in that she regular praticnl departments so ably inherits the throne after a monarch conductod by ita regulur stud of our notorious for his depravity Vic- ¬ reader addross Table Talk Publishing torias accession was separated by Co Philadelphia Ph only a few years from the death of M1 The Spaniards ought not to bo utGeorge IV the wprst debauchee in Europe Wjlhclminas father King terly cast down History will record William HI wJip died in 1889 left that though they could not keep WHrnhiipOKbov water Uiey split 4ii unsavory reputation behind him an the Dutch Dwt Juan la ktaanwm war mutton -- A ij TrSL-T- ¬ 1MB ¬ tlr To the western section in ad- Ever Been dition to the injury from drouth in Great Hopkins Muhlenberg and Breckinridge com- ¬ Meade counties a section posed of the counties of Todd Web County Fair ster and Crittenden has suffered from an excess of moisture Some damage from chinch bug is also reTrain- - ported from this section No very ¬ low percentage of condition is reported from the western section Will run from Hopkinsvillo to The condition for the State aver ¬ Madisonvillo on each of tho four ages 97 which is an improvement days of this great occasion On Au ¬ of one point during July gust 1st 1897 the condition was 93 the con- ¬ and on same date of 18 dition was 85 In the three subdivisions of the State the condition averages 98 for the western 94 for the central and 100 for the eastern The condi- ¬ on following schedule tion improved materially duringthc 730 a m month in the western section while Lv HopkinBvillo 745 KelloyB it appears to have fallen off slight- ¬ Crof ton 7r6 In the eastern ly in the central 802 Empire 807 Manuington section the condition remains Ex- ¬ 817 Nortonvillo 1st actly as reported July 82n Mortons Gap Tobacco 830 Barnesley Tobacco has not fared well dur- ¬ w83i EarlniKtou 855 a m ing July The wide difference in Ar Madisonvillo lletuming loives Madisonvilllo the condition of the early and late set tobacco was accentuated during 500 p m the month and it now appears that a very little of the late setting can One Fare for Round Trip be counted upon to make either a good yield or a good qualhty of the Return Limit august 29 article So pronounced are reports Itatu of one faro for round trip on of these points that it may be set down as assured that the antici- ¬ each of above days also made on pated large crop will not be reali ¬ regular trains belweeu Guthrie Hen dertsou and frovidence to JijujjHon zed MW The increase in acreage which villa Tho Great Hopkins County Fair ib was estimated at 23 per cent com ¬ pared with the acreage of 1897 recognized as the one groil fair of would give scarcely a normal acre ¬ WesTbfu Kentucky and tho gather age since the acreage of 1897 was iug of J89H proniiss to bo tho grand abnormally small In the central est in the hihtory of tho Association or Burley district the increase was Tho special train above mentioned notably small 9 per cent The enables peoplo between Hopkinsyille largest increase 3 per cent being and Madisouvillo to spend a day at reported from the eastern section this groat fair and anivo homo at a where but a small proportion of the convenient hour in the evening crop is growing greatly strength ¬ Wednesday August ens this view of the case ¬ The crop shows an average conFree admission to Fair to all dition of 83 for the State which is a falling off ot 9 points during July children of school age and to On August 1st 1897 the condition all old people 70 and oyer was 61 and for a corresponding date of 1896 it was 87 In the western section of the State JNO B ATKINSON Director in Chief the crop has suffered from drouth in a few counties and from excess C O G1VENS President of moisture in others with the re- ¬ II H HOLEMAN Secreliuy sult that the condition has fallen from 93 July 1st to 8G August 1st RELIABILITY In the central section dry weather la u quality somo uowspapers lanve is the principal source of cil JosfcBiglt of in these days of Yellow Little or no complaint is made of Journalism They care littlo for tho A few counties report a truth and a groat deal for temporary worms high average condition notably sensation 120 It is not with TOE DISPATCH 110 Bourbon Scott and 105 but a report above a The success of THE DISPATCH Fleming rests upon its reliability It prints condition of 80 is an exception thonow8- - all of tho nowsand tolls rather than a rule The condition tho truth about it for this section averages 75 On ITS WAR NEWS SERVICE July 1st the condition for the sec Can hot bo excelled It is gathorod tion was 84 by forty two war correspondents and v eight fast dispatch boats lit tho seat Of the counties of the eastern sec- ¬ tion very few produce a crop for of wiir and a salaried correspoudpnt in every important city m tho world other than home market Here the Tho most critical period of tho war condition is 87 will 10 during poaco negotiations Gut tjio napot that tolls the truth Hemp Our1 Motto If you soo it in THE The condition of the Jipnip crop DISPATCH its so and if its so Win compared with an average is 84 ways in THE DISPATCH THE DISPATCH nows service is On July 1st the condition was 86 On August 1st 1897 the condllion now f uruishod by tho New York Sun Tho Chicago lutor OcoiinTho was 79 and on a corresponding oru Press Association Tho North Leslie date of 1896 the condition wau 95 Syndicate and staff of correspond As was the case last month there onts JjilCouUicky Tennessee and In Southern still remains a wide difference in dluna second to none on of the crop in the yarl nowspsper w the condition ftYeelub Ths Weakly Lonis- out coMiitien where it i produced v ilo Din mrwrn pne yai l r jc ranoru a condition of 40 CoJykU i fk f ¬ ¬ gpecial AUG us T 24 25 26 27 1898 mnchino mnrlc and must not bo confounded with tho medium or bo called hlgh orm mn chlncflTho head plate uet i lntoor lovclvrlth tho tabic ThoNocdlo Is Ktraiglit1iclf aatlni flat on iio Hldo mid cannot bo uctiwrouR ojS Tho Shuttle Is open on tho end cylinder Omtio and absolutely sclf tliroadlng The Searings Arc all steel well fitted and adjustable Self thieudliiK Tho mnchino Is self thread uiK and no hole to put tho thread throlKh except the eye of the needle Thu Feed 1b posittvo In action and has uo springs to get ut of order Automatic Dubbin Winder Will wind tho oohbtn as smooth its on a spool of thread TheStltch In double lock stitch The same on both sides and will not ravel Can be lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to tho Inch ThoTcnsionIs a Hat spring tension aud ad justable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nicklu plutcd and has a Ioosq wheel attached to operato bobbin winder w I tliont running maahlnp 1 ho Movement Is the celebrated eccentric movements posltlvoln action andfewer work ing parts than any machine on tho market lho Stand Haslatgo balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle lslaro and hangs lu cone confers and all lost motion can bo takeii up niters uuderovmond qnd can be easily moved A nice dress guard over ¬ ¬ 4 CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Description ol the Improved New Mathews Machine This machine is manufacturedwith tho view of supplying a long felt A Modern High arm first class Sewing Machino with nil lato improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instructions accompanies every machine tvant to wit ¬ PLIABILITY is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these They care little for truth days of yellow journalism and a great deal for temporary sensation It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability It prints the news --v M all the news and fells the truth about it It is tlie only American newspaper outside New York city that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both hemispheres It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world Its war news service is unapproachably the best Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier We read the war news in the other papers in then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to see how much of it is true Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 Madison street Chicago i A 24 RICHARDS w ft BUILDERS CONTRACTORS r r limir iiiili zL AND DEALERS IN Bmlding Materials Of All LUMBER i 4f Kinp JSP Iv LIME AND 1 CT KY live us a call when yon need anytliincr in our line JOT IP DAGGiyWCHARDS mLLT m A i r a HOPKINSVILLE -- - I v -- yw lfWpB V W iUi mWJUJPH 1 I SPECIAL MMMWHIN f IMMIMUMMMtrtllUI MwMbMUMMUuk QUEEN v ij TOHELMIM a Soptcmbor 6 iTS VBU fon t HD r 70 OF YKSTKRDAY9 CAMES 4 Her Coronation Will Take Placo AN OPEN LETTER V WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHERS CASTORIA Cincinnati aiftti iuivvonit M a 5r To MOTHERS PITCHER r Oty eland Baltimore New Yorkvl CMcafcoj Sit d nuw s Vtl 4kt 5C 55ft PO 039 Tlio at W59 MjV 52 52 53 43 30 30 32 29 gW vd5HT35 35 IHnlM OclclirMtlon Will He at Am- crilnin niul the Anclciit City Will Do lis llcMt to Mitkc n Suvuchh It DR SAMUEL 33 628 G7Q Iti -- 42 f44 t4 50 jW Pooktyn Iclphia -- 48 liouiavillp Washington t Louis 6l 59 70 553 540 532 473 392 371 359 293 SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Louisville at Washington Pittsbitrp at Baltimore Cleveland dt Boston Cincinnati at Brooklyn Chicago at New York St Louis at Philadelphia Hopkinsvlllc Produce Harket Cash pricoa paid merchants Bacon Haraa-T-couiitry It is surely womans era when three queens rule ns mnny natlpus of Europe This will be the cuso when the next great event of the year will have passed Into history by the Installation ns queen of tho Netherlands of WHhel mlnn dntigliter of the lnte King Wil- ¬ liam III and of his second wife Prin cess Emma The ccrcmouy of crowning the girl queen of tho Netherlands will take place In tlio New church Amsterdam on September 0 Wilhclminn has grown up with tho eyes of a nation watching her nnd re joicing ns Bho changed from a pretty ¬ ¬ ¬ was the originator of has borne and docs now bear - on every the fac similo signature of wrapper This is tho original CASTORIA which has been used in the homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty years LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought on the of Hyannis Massachusetts CASTORIA the samo that ayffcC per and has the signature of i No one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher is President ffiJt - War s News SiififtSrflnKiiViiUiS i wrap ¬ by Hopkinaville ShouUlors Sides 5 810c dJ5Jo Lard Country Produce 57c 67c Butter EggP u New outliers Beeswax 12J15o v7c 252Sc 1821o child into an unusually attractive wom- ¬ an Her budding beauty has been raved over and written about as few other young womens looks have been Her mental qualities hare been praised in the way to turn the head of a less vain young person In a word she has been the Idol of the nation and the pride of every Dutchman in the Netherlands since sho first won their hearts as a child of seven riding a pretty little Shetland pony Now that the time has come when she Is to leave childhood behind and become tho woman and the queen the picture sho presents is one that the nation rc spocte as well ns loves Por Wilhclminn 1b a dignified miss Sho will have need of all her at her coronation however for tho ordenl will bo a trying one Wil hclmina is supposed to come of age on that date As a usunl thing boys nnd girls of tho Netherlands do not come of ago until they nic 23 but in this case ¬ self-possessi- pLarciizivvti Do not a cheap because gredients Do Not Be Deceived J C tcnLc 2fiv endanger the life of your child by accepting substitute which some druggist may offer you he makes a few more pennies on it the inof which even he does not know BEAftS THE SIGNATURE OF ¬ The Kind You Have Always Bought Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You TMK Jzy CCNTAUn COMPANY Tal low Ginseng per lb Honey T 2225 2 Jc TT MUHRAr STRCCT KtWIOKK CITTi The Daily I 9 TA n In w Jt7iiiuijiiau i 1 HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub- - f scribe for papers away from home to set the latest and most re- liable war news i tVih Tub washed wool Greased 78c 26c i i i 9 l-r-- f 1318o live per Poultry Y chickonB GRAYSONjp s R w 125 7 K ldfel50180 2c 8 C3 Aoostors Telegraph Service drain Clover poK bushel Qprn Wheat Corn boiled Live stock 45c 65c 50c HOTEL This famous Kontucky SUMMER RESORT is now open for guestg uiucr Hogs Sheep 2G0800 S2BO3B0 3V25 Cittlev Calves 10ffiP To Bo Crowned NEW MANAGEMENT A practical hotclmaii has been selected to direct nfTairs Special at tention given to tho cuisine Many improvements have been miiiio in the botol and surroundings Hotel rates reasonable A pleasant timo in store for you A Bplondid baud of musics in Rooms bright nnd well ventilated tttoudunco ¬ Lambs v 300325 100 125 Hides aud Furs Croon hides Green salted hides Dry flint WatormeloiiB QUERN WILIICLMINA September 0 at Arnstcr dam Holland 67c 10l2c 2585e 75c 7c Florida Vegetables New potatoes per bushel Cablmgo purhoad 35c 425 3 75 Flour Retail Xatontjper bbk- Standard pur bbl Hny Clovor per cwt Good Timothy Bran retail TomatooB 55o 70c 12c 20c 10c Fancy por doz Choice por doz An Old Adage Reads Thoro is a placo for every thing Now for everything to be in its placo the LowiBvillo Dispatch should bo in the horns of every Democrat in the South The Louisville Dispatch ib the peoples paper owuod by the and read by the people The lOuisvillo Dispatch is the only Dem ocratic paper published in Louisville It Btauda Rquaroly on tho Chicago platform It is not only in a flourish- ¬ ing condition after eighteen mouths battling against adverse circum ataucoB but is to day the bost News Aud its motto medium in the South if ypu soo it in tho Dispatch its so if its 8Q it is always in the Dispatch has been fully verified during the American Spanish War duriugwhioh tho superiority of its news service has boon Thd Dispatch nows sorvicO is fur nished by thp Now vYork Sun tho Chicago inter Ocean tlio Northern Proos Association and tho lyoslio Syu dicato whioh an activo sulariod cor respondent in every important city in the work besides its own staff of LKJMjO vor tiuu correspondents in ivoutuouy Got Tho auncssbo aim Indiana toh it rives tho nows and it ¬ daily apparent M at t iSff1 iiBau StVl Lllrtriiti T h jWanatohiBKontuckvBKroatost iRper Yqu should ho a roader For weokawewill club with eu iooiy uutpatch at tho oxtrome low priuo ntirtnt if HKMBf V Tho iessou 6inar tn Snuiu in Unit pf the youug woraSwi0 m told to Jmg her clofliM tMhickorv limb bniiiAC go uoar tho wattrfevory sea bj8 beu h noh of trouBfiL tn th iK 300 pAniRru iwuiuohorMNiipolen IA AgulnRldois tiroiffrht to bVa bP aaA pineprebleiKVajHwl goilJw Aggf before Wany the lbt r Netherlands although her coronation will not take place until September 0 The programme is already arranged Ca JC37- and it is an interesting one The queen and the queen regent nre to leave The Hague where the birthday of the former will have been suitably IN celebrated a few days previously on September 5 qnrly In the afternoon Arriving at tho Wccspcrpoot station at Amsterdam they will be met by the leading citizens and lepresentathes of tho government and nccompanicd by on escort of hussars will bo driven to the palace by a route sufficiently circuitous to enable a vast concourse of spectators to witness the procession In every street to be trnerscd the Importer and Manufacturer of decorations will be of the most ornate description and loyal greetings will meet her majestys eye at every turn while a portion of tho route it is expected will be lined by representatives of labor corporations carrying their respective banners lletwccn the hours of seven and eight on the following morning September 0 curious music will fall upon tho cars of citizens for from tho steeples of the different churches trumpeters are VU play excerpts from sacred workB sure- ¬ ly a novel departure In reveilles At 11 oclock on the same day accord ¬ ing to present anangements tho corTJENISTISSSJEIS onation fscrvice will take place In the NlcuvQ Kerk WHITLOW of Hopkinsvillc Ky is my solicitor In tho afternoon the queen will ngnln MR F M drive through the town and will vibit among other districts the Jordan this being the Jewish quarter With tho full of night the city Is to be brilliantly illuminated and it Is ex PJIoritUSTOUH ov pected that the queen will bo driven through the street In order that sho may seo tho bright and radiant devices prepured In her honor The following inorning will also be ushered in with musical strains aud at GlarksMille tun oclock Queen Wilhclmina Ib to be serenaded by the Netherlands Choral society The afternoon will witness a Wc Solicit the Patronage of All Who Have Tobacco To Sell grcnt popular festival near that won- ¬ Free Storage to Shippers drous museum which contains Rem ¬ A brandts musterplece From tho square queen accompanied by her au ¬ tho gust mother will witness an alle- ¬ gorical nnd historical procession J CKENDIUOIC SALbSMAtr which is being organized on an elabor- ¬ ate scale with tho view of illustrating W Q WnEELER W H Faxon in plcturcsquo fashion tho principal cVentB that have marked tho history of the nation Following this will boawntercarnl ral in connection with whlchjf tho oraft In tho harbor and canalB will bo gayly Illuminated Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Grain Dealers On tho next day September 8 she wlllprohAbly pay a visit n company Fire Proof WnrcliouHc oon jroEiLvittB and r r sts with her mother to that section of the yx hpflKum which is devoted to oh- Ky Hopkinsvillc tercst connected with Xhn IWtoMrVNMire All Tlliaval A 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the Tex- ¬ as and Was In the Midst Of the Fight of Takes as His Bride Maggie Hooks the airl Who Had Him Arrested Mr R L Burrtis Suffers t jlioSS Lodged in Jail Yesterday to Await of 2000 on His Resithe Action of the Circuit dence Court ¬ s in I i h i T h VI if I The Fire Department was called jMilcs McKnight col who stabbed John Radford col who was ar- ¬ our at 155 last night the firo be ¬ the Tex ¬ Lieut 6 S Radford of ing the residence ot Robt Lv Bur ¬ Tom Quarles also colored near as under the date of July 27 wrote rested in Henderson on a charge Bennettstown a few days ago had A seduction and brought here and put rtis on Brown street a h tlero his brother Mr J as an examining trial before Esq J out and has exchanged a Radford from which the following in jail is It was a frame cottage and of a are taken lie was en prison cell for the pleasures extracts burned so rapidly that the house F Dixon at Howell yesterday and found route to New York where his ship honeymoon When Radford was soon destroyed although the was held over until Circuit Court scrape department was on the scene in a Constable F C Rives brought Mc he was in such a serious now is Knight here hist night and lodged he proposed to marry the girl if very short while Your letter of the 3rd received would consent The property was recently pur ¬ nun in jan just as we were leaving Guantan she His bond was fixed at 100 which in the case was Maggie chased by Mr Burrus from the The girl amo and I was indeed delighted to he was Unable to furnish and he a messen ¬ Brown estate hear from you all and very much Hooks of Longview and in jail until his final gratified to know that the good cit ¬ ger was sent to interview her on Mr Burrus loss is supposed to will remain to be izens of Hopkinsville and vicinity the subject She readily agreed about 2000 It was insured for trial McKnight cut Quarles in about 123 pairs Misses Tan Chocolate atid Oxblood of the the plan and came to town and the 1600 1100 on the house and 500 arc following the career Texas with so much interest and couple were married at the home of on the contents with theagency of a dozen places but none of his Strap Sandals Turn Soles sizes 8 to I sincerely trust that constable John K ight The charge Henry concern Leavell in the Orient wounds proved of a very serious nature and he is now able to he 2 C D and E lasts they may always iind her equal to was accordingly dismissed and company out Span- ¬ Radford is out to day and has left A very fine set of mahogany fur- ¬ their just ixpectations The ish officers seem to give us consid- ¬ for Longview with his bride niture owned by the Brown estate TO DAYS MARKET REPORT erable credit for accuracy of fire on was stored in the house and was WATERMELON FEAST Corroded Dully Iljr IJmi Ituwllnx lliinknr the 3rd of July It appears from a also lost mid ltrolcor lltiikliiflvllln Ky of the Mafia Ter statement by one Mr Burrus has moved into one of our shots The Newest Thing Out Iif Novel of the Brown cottages next door era officers that one CIiIciiro Aliirktt cut their lire main and killed or The origin of the fire is not known Entertainments Opg Higt Closing alfao disabled eighty men It is known The family was aroused 69 Cash Wheat conceded that a shot from the of plastering and Corres by the falling 65Herndon Ivy Aug 9 66 Sept Wheat 66X Texas finished uptheVizcaya Therian found the flames raging fiercely Dec Wheat 04 pondenceKKNTUCKiAN 64 X 64 H forcing her to the beach affords me over their heads 32 i Sept Corn the it raineth every day I visited all the ships after of again dropping 32 tf 32 32 Dec Corn J0HNL0QSU0N HURT battle and the destruction and loss the opportunity you a few items 20 20 203 Sept Oats was simply appalling Dead men Herndon has absolutely assumed 9 17 Sept Pork 9 12 jp 30 bodies were everywhere or charred city airs that she now sup- ¬ In the Ycnnington Accident He Sept Lard 5 35 5 42 5 40 It Aas either impossible to or there such 5 32f 5 32 Used to Live Here Sent Ribs 5 30 wound- ¬ ports a first class Plying Jenny was no effort to rescue the run by steam and the usual music- ¬ Sept wheat puts 654 calls 67 ed so fierce was the fire and these 1 have not seen New VorkStocltmiml Cotton poor fellows lie in the most natural al accompaniments The railroad accident reported in you of about the ladders and it in operation and cant tell positions Opg Higfcl Closing the Kcntuckian telegraphic news On the Oquendo the the extent of its patronage 5 97 gangways yesterday was caused by the train Sept Cotton 5 97 By invitation quite a number of striking a landside and three Am Tob 1 31 1 29 1 29X hatches were never opened and in 1 03tf 1 02 consequence nearly everyone in the young people assembled at the res ¬ coaches rolled down an embank ¬ Chicago Gas 1 03 PERSONAL ClOSSIP 1 lSVt Q 1 14 1 144 engine room force and powder di- ¬ idence of Mr SFEmbry near here ment of sixty feet Twenty passen C 13 OF YELLOW FEVER The occa- ¬ destroyed One of the last Sunday evening visions was 56 56 56 N gers were aboard and nearly all L rescued officers told me that the sion being the 16th anniversary of were more or less injured includ- ¬ Manhattan 1 06 1 06 1 05 air J T Garnctt of Casky is in 1 40X screams and cries of these dying his only son Palmer which has ing several ladies A relief tiain Sugar 1 39 1 38 the city been his custom to celebrate by a with Drs Curd and Robertson Coal burning people were heart-rendin- g 28 28 27 Iron Squire Ged NvJohnson of Bak ¬ Jas T Reeves Dies Enroute watermelon feast since he was aboard went to the rescue sickening and Clilcngn lccolH To day ers Mill is ih the city A novel and The last time I visited the Vizca three years old 112 Cars Superintendant J W Logsdon of Wheat From Santiago Cuba Mr J II Kugler and children ¬ feature of the entertain ¬ the Cumberland Valley division of Cor ya I could scarcely stand the terri pleasing 538 Cars at are at Cerulean ble stench as the bodies had then ment was the guessing prize con ¬ theJLouisvillc 339 Cars Nashville railroad OatsK a me- ¬ Mr D R Perry and wife have The sick bay test Mr Embiw selected begun to decompose 22000 sustained a rib fracture and was Iloirs He Was a Teamster Who Went returned from Dawson forward on the gun deck was liter- ¬ dium sized watermelon and had otherwise considerably bruised QatttV 10000 Head poor fel- ¬ each guest to guess at the number of Manager Charles P Perin of the ally filled with bodies Recently From This Mr W A Long is in Guthrie to ¬ Hiir Miirkt These guesses Watts Steel and Irom Syndicate lows who were doubtless waiting seed it contained day on business County 22000 their turns for removal when the were all written and kept secret was bruised about the head and Hogs To day lOOO Mrs L A Payne returned from forward magazine and bow torpe- ¬ and the prize was to be the two breast and W W Jinsley of Bar Hogs To morrow 395 Dawson this afternoon Light ¬ i does exploded converting all the largest melons to the nearest num bourville President of the Knox 400 Miss Kate Brasher of Crofton is News has been received here by part of the ship into a ver- ¬ ber Strange to say no one County Fair was badly injured Mixed forward 370 visiting her brothers family here the family of J T Reeves a teams- ¬ ever sighting present had guessed perhaps fatally His little boy was Rough itable mass of lire In the 402 the seed in slightly injured Tinsley was in Heavy Mr F II Renshaw and wife are ter in the American army at San- ¬ hood of the forward turret sits an at or counted ICflt limit ttl KuculpU To morrow the guests of relatives near Sink tiago that he died on board a officer apparently directing the a melon The medium melon was jtired in trying to get his boy from 115 Cars Wheat transport in Cuban Waters and was lighting of his eleven inch gun but then cut and a slice given to each danger ing Fork 404 Cars Corn stone dead while just inside are truest to eat and the seed to be Mrs E II Price and daughter buried at sea 342 Cars Mr Reeves was a farmer Who When this was BICYCLE MEETING TO NIGHT Oats several of his crew who had shared saved and counted Mrs Hay ward Richards are spend 21000 Head ing Hogs J lived near Garrettsburg He was was the his awful fate The accuracy of done it was found that the week at Dawson 45 years old and leaves one child Totul CIiiiruniHM our fire is very apparent on the number it contained And the Miss Maggie Bohanon of Clarks a daughter 18 years old General Round Up of the Wheel- Wheat and Flour Exp 612000 bus nearest guess was 5 which was hulls of those ships ville is visiting Mrs E W Brack The details of his death are men Much Desired He promptly pre ¬ In a space of about twenty feet Mr Embrys rogge Wedding Wbod Blakemore meagre and further than the fact of his guess to his on the Oquendo I counted fifteen sented the fruit Mr and Mrs D L Grinter of that he was a victim of yellow fe As announced in yesterdays shot holes ranging from eight inch fair neighbor Miss Nannie Dicker The meeting called last week to Cadiz are visiting in the city to ver nothing is known As their upper son to whom I am satisfied he Kcntuckian the marriage of Mr to one pounder organize a club of wheelmen ad- ¬ He was one of six men who were works are all gone it is impossible would gladly give the whole patch journed until to night The meet ¬ Hunter Wood Jr and Miss Eliza ¬ day Mr John II Bell who lias been buried together at sea we did there but the The wildest guess was that of Miss beth Dudley Blakemore occurred to judge what ing this evening is to finish the de- ¬ Spaniards say that they suffered Lucy Han is which was 1 The tails of organization and it is de ¬ last night at Grace Episcopal spending several days at Dawson AN OFFICE HERE church the officiating clergyman and Cerulean returned home to- ¬ more from this lire than all the lact is I dont think Miss Lucy sired that all of the wheelmen in rest as the splinters and debris could think of any greater number the city willing to join will be on being Rev Robert S Carter The day carried all in its track After look- ¬ that evening Those present could hand There will be another big maid of honor was Miss Grace Mr John D Elliott who has been The Popular 1 C Freight Agent Wood the grooms sister Mr Al- ¬ on a visit to relatives here re- ¬ ing over the wrecks professionally tell you why Removes to This City parade over the city by all who can len Blakemore to picking up I devoted a little time of New Orleans turned to his home in Owensboro Our community was shocked this keep up with the procession the brides brother was best man to day relics and so managed to gather morning to hear of the death of the Mr R C Watkins traveling The attendants wore Misses Judge Buckner Leavell has gone Freight Agent of in a few burned articles of more or Hon M D Davie which occurred COMMERBIAL CLUB I C Railroad I have several rille last night about 10 oclock at his Sarah Mason Elizabeth Nourse to Bolivar to see his brother Mr has moved his the less interest headquarters to this Eloise1 Nelhon and Elizabeth Morris barrels a couple of bayonets a 22 residence near Beverly Heart Geo Leavell who is very ill with city and now occupies an elegantly Steps Taken Tuesday Night For and Messrs J E Cooper McFar Wesson revolver and a trouble was the supposed cause Smith pneumonia fitted up office in the Passenger land Blakemore Walker Wood and few burned coins Organization of Such a Body Mr Davie was about 71 years of Mr W Ray Moss and family Station situated between the two William Trice Dr H 11 Wallace On the Colon I recovered a sex ¬ age a ripe scholar and a gentlemen Mr Watkins will who have been the guests of Mrs waiting rooms tant and a nice electric drop light in its truest sense He was not a Henderson is to have a commer ¬ and Frank Bell were ushers arrange to be here always on I will ship a box home shortly after Christian by profession Following the wedding a recep M G Rust returned to their home but he was cial clubmodeled after the Business tionVvas Saturdays and at such otlier times We are by practice and may God help the tendered the bridal party in May Held to day our arrival in New York association of Owensboro 18 he is nqt necessarily away on Mens at the home of the brides parents Miss Maggie Ellis ofllopkinsr going north to be docked and as miserable theology that sees aught A meeting was held Tuesday business there is nothing to do in the West but a happy eternity for a man night at the court house for the Maj and Mrs William T Blake ¬ ville is spending a week with the family of her uncle Mr M Hi Indies I trust tjiat we may remain whose heart was full of love for hu ¬ purpose of starting the work Mr more BARBECUE AT TO BRIDQE Jagoe Telephone manity and a holy reverence for in this climate for some time Mr Petree Worse II K Cole of this city was present nil P B Hkkndon Ah to the war I hardly know Deity and explained the workings of the Mr Tlios NPetrce was worse Mrs W II Jesup of Fairview A day Party Spending ttic Piy what to say as the Spaniards can Owensboro organization and a again yesterday and passed uyery and her daughter Mrs Minims of In a Grove Near Town not he regarded as sane people GONE TO TODD COUNTY last evening committee was selected io secure bad night His condition is till Trenton returned We would naturally think they from a weeks stay at Dawson names to be presented at nnothqr quite critical to day The Long Campbell MM00 would have enough but they dont Rev W L Nourse returned from families with a numbcgM other fn Will Visit the Hill Homestead Be meeting to be held Friday night ¬ seem to have a statesman in the en This Heads the List Dr J W Stone was made tempo ¬ Guthrie this morning where he vited guests arc tin v tag1 an old fore Their Return We will undoubted ¬ tire Kingdom ¬ rary president Owensboro InMessrs Emmett A Roper and preached the funeral of Mr A C fashioned barbecue Vt the Crum ly bombard their cities if they dont quirer M EMason of Pee Dee haye McGehee who died in that place baugh grove nenpthe Canton pike take water within the next month Drs W M Hill and L J Harris somCjplants of tobacco the leaves Tuesday night to day The affair is in compli- ¬ Two Lunatics Received As soon as we are docked we arc and Messrs G Roy Cayce and of which are 41 inches long and 25 of California to join the European squadron at Thomas Hill left this morning for Howard Dodds seventeen years inches in width Mr T W Buckner and family ment to MisCoitlter with 14 to 16 leaves spending the summer here least that is the program now but Todd county where they will visit old son of Deputy Sheriff Bodds to their home in Hender ¬ who is Can anybody beat returned changed cvcji the Hill homestead near Allensville one of the best known and best to the plant of course it may be son this morning after a visit of YatcThe Phoenix Hotel barber before we get in They will make the trip overland liked citizens of Calowell was nn that six weeks to the family of Mr S G ha riln forced hia shop with anoth- For Rent and will not return until Saturday judged insane Wednesday morning Buckner eriifst clnss barber Ilia name is Two story brigk residence on In Henderson the same day Tom fir Walker Jetting Well West 7th street Apply to Stafford Ikli4 ll4t4flrfIrM Remember the Hainc Dunn the son of Mr and Mrs A JLiSi V Mr J T Walker the well known John Young e- HJJfc Brlggr of North quite Place to get your fine Merchant J Dunn was adjudged of unsound Messrs Fowler and Jolly Gov young coal oil man has been by Fowriglit Tailoring Pants There will be i ball at Moayons publican cuwlidaittt for Conirri kota died Tuesday of conaumnipn sick for several days but his condi ¬ made for is L 7 and Suits14 mind 3 Both were brought to the ayUliu Hall thin ttveimur in honor of the nut iii joint debute at Mudifumville He will be aueceeded bv XUM J tion Ik much improved today and 1520 Wut 7th street opposite q the venlnjf trains youtog Ml vfttttajr k thq city UHlay M Devii h will be out m uw days Nw Ifira office STILL DEEPER CUTS tafc i fflpV A i Si M p 5j A Snap For 75 Cents h a -- V Worth 125 to 150 I - Choice For 75c I I W KSNtfWB IAJM BoYSilJ f ¬ r- I H ¬ h J nr jlr i wkd X nrnrmrxixm